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And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild

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101 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 28th June 2015, 6:09 am

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No idea how you keep it so clean Laughing

102 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 28th June 2015, 8:00 am

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Well it's looking cleaner than mine so if you don't mind removing it and dulling it down please lol

103 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 28th June 2015, 9:13 am

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How did you get the front gearbox mount  to fit?? 
I had to butcher mine???

104 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 28th June 2015, 12:39 pm

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Fitted straigh into mount . abit of a struggle to get the bolts in but otherwise was okay

105 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 11th July 2015, 12:02 am

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A little update




From this to


to this



106 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 11th July 2015, 8:38 am

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Looking really good mate, when you looking at getting it back on the road?

What you doing about the pvc valve or you still to plumb all that in?

107 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 11th July 2015, 8:58 am

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Probably going to remove it ..  but not sure what to do with it
Probably won't be on the road this year .. plans are to get the front done turn it round and strip the bank end down

108 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 11th July 2015, 6:14 pm

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Bloody hell didn't you only do the rear end winter 2013/14?? Think I've only done 300 miles in mine since them Sad

109 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 11th July 2015, 6:21 pm

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Think it was winter 2012/3 when I did the back ..  
But gonna do the same to the rear as I've done to the front.  

Gonna strip all the rear and paint the floor .
Not gonna bother undersealing the underside as it's gonna be a dry weather car

110 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 17th July 2016, 12:48 pm

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Been a while since i updated this thread .
over a year to be exact and thats pretty much when i last worked on the car











there is no room between the turbo and the rad for the fans so i've mounted one of them on the front










Im pretty much at the point where it just needs it's fluids and im waiting for an exhaust gasket .
Then it's the big start

111 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 17th July 2016, 3:15 pm

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Looks ace mate, have you links with ADR Motorsport? Used to know Andy Blair & Chris years ago well 1999.

Loving the Evo tent thumbsup

112 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 17th July 2016, 3:26 pm

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Looks amazing mate.
I have one rad fan on the front of mine also.


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113 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 17th July 2016, 10:28 pm

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Engine was built by ADR in 2006 ish . Had the full treatment . Fully lightened /balanced + polished and ported things matched to each other etc they called it blueprinting .. but to fully blueprint an engine can cost 20k. it didn't cost 20k . From memory it was about £3600 in labour and machine shop costs . I supplied everything needed I.e pistons , cams ,rocker stoppers , new timing chain etc .

Allot of this is what helped it make such good power on a standard turbo .

The evo tent is awesome . Pulsar will get one once it's on the road and not in need of any work

114 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 8:44 am

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So what are people's thoughts on the Pcv valve ?

If I take it off and blow through it it opens . Its not stuck and one way valve works fine . I've removed all the bits that allow it to feed into the plenum . So what do I do with the valve?

Also the breather at the other end is it okay just feeding that into a catch can?

115 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 11:05 am

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From what I have found mate the following is best if you want to remove pvc like I have.

Replace the pvc (bit that screws into rocker) with a hollow one, I had a spare from one of my oil catch cans with same thread or punch the middle out of your existing pvc. Then pop a filter on the end of it and let it vent to atmosphere or to a catch can.

On the right hand side of the rocker its best to keep it going back to your turbo inlet induction piping as this will draw the gases out of the engine and recirculate. Leaving it just going to the catch can will stop the draw from the inlet and I guess leave more vapour and gases in the engine making it "breath" heavier.

Also I have read its important to keep the oil restrictor which runs from the t peice to the oil seperator.

I will go take a picture of my engine bay in a bit to show you as explaining via words is hard!

116 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 11:07 am

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Oh and btw nice looking engine bay! I will be wrapping my manifold like yours too I think!

117 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 4:54 pm

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Cheers . A pic would be handy

118 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 6:13 pm

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I just have it running to the catch can and then to the inlet which helps catch any vapour rather than it running back into the turbo. I just need to esure it doesnt get too full and risk sucking it in!

119 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 10:12 pm

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shroom wrote:From what I have found mate the following is best if you want to remove pvc like I have.

Replace the pvc (bit that screws into rocker) with a hollow one, I had a spare from one of my oil catch cans with same thread or punch the middle out of your existing pvc. Then pop a filter on the end of it and let it vent to atmosphere or to a catch can.

On the right hand side of the rocker its best to keep it going back to your turbo inlet induction piping as this will draw the gases out of the engine and recirculate. Leaving it just going to the catch can will stop the draw from the inlet and I guess leave more vapour and gases in the engine making it "breath" heavier.

Also I have read its important to keep the oil restrictor which runs from the t peice to the oil seperator.

I will go take a picture of my engine bay in a bit to show you as explaining via words is hard!

This is exactly how I've done mine. I removed the pcv valve and plumbed that outlet straight to the catch can aswell. I've also read that restrictor is very important, people fill their catch cans up very quickly without it. I can't fit the oil separator on with my turbo so just used a hose to the T piece and made a restrictor out of a bolt Laughing

120 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 10:15 pm

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What restrictor do you guys mean?

121 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 24th July 2016, 10:31 pm

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The one that runs parelel to the rocker cover to the top of the oil sperator on the front of the block. That pipe has a restrictor in it :-)

122 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 10th October 2016, 7:16 pm

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Today I did the final few bits to the engine ..
And she started and purred like a kitten ..

I'm so happy .
Its so close to being back on the road

123 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 10th October 2016, 9:21 pm

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Well done rob its been a while .... Wink


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124 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 10th October 2016, 10:24 pm

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did you get the little issue sorted we spoke about earlier Rob/


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125 Re: And it begins. Robs big pulsar rebuild on 10th October 2016, 10:37 pm

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Yes I did .. The two main metal pipes across the top of the rack . They were the wrong way round at one end .. swapped em round and working perfectly now

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